About your Search

20130512
20130520
STATION
SFGTV 13
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 7
FBC 4
KGO (ABC) 4
KTVU (FOX) 4
CNNW 3
KPIX (CBS) 3
KICU 2
KNTV (NBC) 2
KOFY 2
WJZ (CBS) 2
WUSA (CBS) 2
CSPAN2 1
MSNBCW 1
SFGTV2 1
LANGUAGE
English 51
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 51 (some duplicates have been removed)
is the north effort main. the site is proposed to set over the cities largest sewer pipe. this is a pipe that my understanding is the 10 by 10 foot pipe and those pictures you saw earlier colleagues at westportal we're talking about a pipe this big (indicating). and we're talking about a pipe that was 19 inches big now imagine between me and i guess that supervisor is 10 feet away from me imagine that pipe full of human wastes full of you know what. and this is a pipe that serves major parts of our city north beach our hills knob and services chinatown and in the maureen and i was told it also serves portions of supervisor kim's district in district 6. frankly everyone comes to work where everyone goes to show them o shop and tours in the neighborhood where 16 thousand folks a year flow through this area. next slide. so this is a picture of i'm sorry it's a little bit hard to see. in the a map the eight washington site is to sit on top of the north forest main. there used to be a iron clad requirement the fact it's a called an easement of about 32 feet and as you learn today, our puc dec
important discussions we've had in city hall in a willow i want to say that even though there's a lot of work to do in san francisco and to see the coordination with the departments. and, of course, to our budget and legislative analysts their analysts always adds an analysis that's not there. thank you. again supervisor cowen >> thank you for your active participation. now may a have is a motion to the call of the chair? >> madam chair i move. >> madam clerk i move that we take a two minute recess so that the thank you, thank you everyone for being with us today madam clerk call item 3. >> hearing is hearing on policy. and i'm going to turnover the rest of the meeting inform president chiu who will manage the hearing >> thank you, madam chair. so today's hearing is on the washington project on the sewer compacts. we get recommendation for good news i've invited the port on commission to come today but since we don't have an overall presentation and today's hearing does resolve some complicated issues i've put together a brief cover. and sf tv if you could go to the laptop. toda
of the city does this serve how many households and people are using this on a daily basis? >> 20 million gallons a day that's about a third. >> do you know betsy? >> project manager so this force main serves been 25 percent of the people and 75 percent of the. >> i'm sorry that leads to the 20 million glances of sewage? okay. than okay. thanks. do you want to continue? >> sure. so i wanted to talk about what we have there and we've been talking about that hopefully for the public those make sense and talking about what we're proposing to have happen there and then we'll talk about the protections we'll pit into place. to we have the easement to contain the north shore main and along what the things underground. and this is bringing the jackson street sewer down >> actually before you move off the sites can you hit the next slide i want to talk about easements. there's been an easements a 32 foot easements between the sewer system and anything else that's supposed to be built and we did a little research on this easement specific in the documents it's for emergency vehicles. now th
. the project is part of a public-private partnership between the city and city fields foundation which has worked tremendously with us. it has and a successful partnership in our city for our kids and enabled us to add 2400 new san francisco kids playing ball and 200 new youth sports team as a result of this work that we have done together. the theme is soccer today. so earlier this week, the city devin dufty is work with the hope opportunity engagement announced that we are very privileged to be hosting street soccer usa, the west coast cup, which is a tournament to raise awareness for homelessness and to bridge the good between our various communities. the tournament takes place in june and includes both corporate teams and homeless teams from cities across the nation, playing and competing with each other. this story got some coverage, and i think some people were saying huh? homelessness, soccer and i wanted to bring up the founder of street soccer usa to tell us a little bit more about the tournament and show us a short video. rob, come on up. >> thank you for your time. >> come up
the historyian of city hall. this building is multifaceted to say the very least it's a municipal building that operates the city and county of san francisco. this building was a dream that became a reality of a man by the name of james junior elected mayor of san francisco in 1912. he didn't have a city hall because it was destroyed in the earth wake of 1906. construction began in april of 1913. in december 1915, the building was complete. it opened it's doors in january 1916. >> it's a wonderful experience to come to a building built like this. the building is built as a palace. not for a king or queen. it's built for all people. this building is beautiful art. those are architecture at the time when city hall was built, san francisco had an enormous french population. therefore building a palace in the art tradition is not unusual. >> jimmie was an incredible individual he knew that san francisco had to regain it's place in the world. he decided to have the tallest dome built in the united states. it's now stands 307 feet 6 inches from the ground 40 feet taller than the united states
. >>> it will be a wild weekend in the city as thousands of people come out for this year's be prepared for tighter security. the increase in security comes after the boston marathon bombings last month. san francisco police have added security cameras to various spots along the route and installed see through trash cans that can be easily searched. large backpacks are also banned from this year's event. >> there will be officers from all district stations helping out. our bomb techs will be on scene to allow for rapid response. >> it's such a raise for everyone to have a good time. it's more than any other race. i hope it doesn't limit people having a good time. >> police are encouraging anyone who sees anything suspicious on the road to alert authorities immediately. people are also being warned about extra traffic since the amgen tour is also happening on the same day in san francisco. now san francisco police are still looking for suspects in a fatal attack that happened after last year's bay to breakers race. investigators say steven martin was attacked in golden gate park. police have release
in the city on friday or saturday night. >> and san francisco is now [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to keep from driving all over for the best deals. you don't need to run around. safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. surprise mom with gorgeous tulips. 10 stem bunches are just $5.99. starbucks coffee is $7.77. that's a price you can savor. and honey nut cheerios are just a buck-eighty eight. real big deals this week and every week. only at safeway. ingredients for life. living on cloud nine with that u-verse wireless receiver. you see in my day, when my mom was repainting the house, you couldn't just set up a tv in the basement. i mean, come on! nope. we could only watch tv in the rooms that had a tv outlet. yeah if we wanted to watch tv someplace else, we'd have to go to my aunt sally's. have you ever sat on a plastic covered couch? [ kids cheering ] you're missing a good game over here. those kids wouldn't have lasted one day in our shoes. [ male announcer ] add a wireless receiver. call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month with
invest in the city. the set of values that you want to incorporate as part of your power of purchase. if we can get some of the messaging people involved in that, i think that would be very helpful. >> commissioner vietor expressed that concern as well in the past and recently. >> all of us have to make an effort to find a meeting date. it seems to be a problem. i think we all have to be a little flexible and try to find a meeting date. >> right. and will proceed with all due diligence with the notice of public hearing which under our ordinance may take up to 15 days; it may be two weeks. we will move with haste. any other comments? >> i would add that we need to balance faith with our obligations. tn particular a request from staff or flowchart that shows us where we were two years ago and where we are today. we have a lot of men and women in this room right now interested specifically in the jobs and the employment component. that's been something that has been causing me a little bit of distress so i do want to balance our need to have that information readily available to
the city was going to give them for accepting the southeast facility out there. and we find that it's a tough sale. i don't like to face my community at -- after telling they were getting something for accepting the waste coming into the community. that is the only thing we have out there. you take that away from us and we don't have nothing else out there. we need dollars to train, to go out into the community and make sure that the community gets involved and nobody is doing that. so i say that, we have spent a lot of time out there, and we convinced a lot of people during the westbrook days; we got the committee involved to accept the waste coming into the community and that was what put those facilities out there, what they were getting for accepting the waste. we find the city is now doubling back on their promising coming in and taking back what the community had accepted. to provide something for the community. we do not have that anymore we have been threatened with taking that away. i say to you you can't do that. sure you can but i am saying to you you can't do that
on an american airlines flight from los angeles to new york city forced the pilots to reroute to kansas city because of this behavior. ♪ i will always love you >> according to reports, this woman was singing whitney houston's songs very loudly in the rplane. yo can hear her always love you. there was a federal air marshall on the plane that tried to calm her down. according to reports, the kansas city aviation department said the woman was noncompliant with that federal air marshall and the air marshall did end up subduing and handcuffing her. this is a moment they're getting her off the plane in kansas city. >> i would be really ticked if where i'm trying to get to is delayed because of somebody like this. i'm hoping that it wasn't some sort of medical issue, some mental issue. >> she was interviewed and released after this incident, but she does claim to be a diabetic and this was a result of her condition. >> if that's true, i can understand that. we've seen other videos and stories where people go into diabetic shock and do things, they drive erratically. >> after the incident people w
's new interim police chief. his vision for the city. >> i don't care if you're a conservative, liberal, democrat or republican, this should send a chill up your spine. >> new information about how long the irs allegedly targeted several conservative groups. >> and bullets fly at a mother's day parade 100% electric nissan leaf... is more fun than ever. e♪ charges faster. and will charge. cool. and heat. from your phone. fact: leaf never needs gas. ever. good for the world. built in america. now, leaf's an easier choice than ever. ♪ shop at choosenissan.com. ♪ >>> the second man in a row to lead the oakland police is introduced. >> one of the things we're going to shoot for is to have the five district captains in place so the city is divided into five districts with a chief at each one. >> reporter: sources told ktvu a federally appointed compliance director may have wanted chief brown out. now web says he's focus on the police department's top priority. reducing shootings and robberies in oakland. they found it only had one part investigator handling 10,000 burglary cases. it fel
over. it was a major under taking that took a year to that was on monday and then the city has received many complaints about the graffiti at that location and other south bay bridges and overpasses. that is why they wanted to help take action. so that taggers wouldn't come back and put graffiti back up. but again as you can see that graffiti is there and taggers struck again. somehow they went around the barricades and risked their lives to go do this again. homeless people that i spoke to earlier this week again told me it's almost like a challenge for them. whenever they see new point up there it's like a canvas. i have put in some -- waiting to hear back toe if we'll [that to you if they are respond coming up later in the morning news. >>> big crowds. lots to see this weekend. and something else this year tighter security. the increase in security comes after the boston marathon bombings last month. the san francisco police have added these extra security cameras to a various spots along the route. they have also installed see through trash cans that can be searched very easily. lar
currently 44. upper 50s in antioch. >> daly city 47. 54 in redwood city. >> remember these are not your morning lows temperatures will get a couple more degrees lower as a cushion to sunrise. >> sunshine into the afternoon but cooler temperatures. we will not see any '80s. seventies in the south bay. san jose 72. 744 evergreen. >> we could climb to the mid-70s for fairfield. low seventies for vallejo.san leandro 65. >> downtown san francisco 63. getting close to 80 for those of you in napa. your kron 4 7 day around the bay forecast shows a chance for showers as we head into tomorrow. >> models are starting to ramp up on. yesterday's it was a 10 percent chance for the north bay. nothing for anyone else. we're tracking a 30 percent chance for rain. some preprecipitation of this next. pleasant conditions from those of you running bay to breakers. >> more coming up in just a minute. >> in the meantime looking at the bridges. >> approached the bay bridge looks good no hot spots to report. >> a handful of cars made in the west bound trip. >> the san mateo bridge no problem or delays. drive ti
in marathon in over a dozen cities across the country, including the boston marathon. this he says will lay heavy on his heart when he runs in this year's bay to breakers. >> i will run for the people of boston. i have done five boston marathons. it is so sad for everything that happened there. . >> in san francisco hazzig madyun. >> and reminder we are two days away from the bay to breakers. >> online registration is closed, but register in person at a greater body expo taking place friday and saturday at the concourse expo taking place friday and saturda[ female announcer ] the one for all. mcdonald's dollar menu, home of the meaty, melty mcdouble you love... ♪ ...and other amazing tastes, for just a dollar each. ♪ like the bold hot n spicy mcchicken, and the new grilled onion cheddar burger topped with caramelized onions and melted white cheddar. everyday, as always, there's a lot to love for a little on mcdonald's dollar menu. >> just in to kron for getting word of the officer involved shooting in castro valley. sheriff's deputies shot and injured a car thief. this started with a tr
repainted this week as part of the city's anti- graffiti campaign. didn't take long. the train trestle at 13th street and u.s. 101 had been an eyesore for months before it was cleaned up on monday night. now, it looked good for a couple of days. but look at it now. taggers got through fencing and tagged it up one more time. >> i don't doubt that a clean wall will attract other taggers. so i'm sure we'll see more. and one of those lucky taggers will face a conviction and time in jail. >> normally, san jose cleans up graffiti within 48 hours after it's reported. but it's more complicated when the graffiti is on train trestles and other private property because they are legally outside the city's jurisdiction. >>> somebody's tampering with a credit card reader at gas stations in the east bay. skimming devices were found this week on pumps at two stations in walnut creek. officials don't think they had been there very long. one was at the chevron station on ygnacio valley road at north main street. the other was at a valero station at ygnacio valley and north broadway. >>> bomb dogs and more off
. the number one problem in the city of oakland is there are too many guns on our street. >> in the meantime, authorities are asking for witnesses to come forward who can provide information about the gunmen or gunman's vehicle. >> dark colored sport utility style vehicle. possibly a cadillac escalade. we're still following up. >> and the coroner has not yet released the names of the victims, but we just got new information and we can tell you that the driver was 30 years old from pittsburgh and the passenger was 28 years old from richmond. they were not armed. live in oakland, bay area news. >> thank you. >>> the former owner of a santa cruz party bus company says he's not guilty of vehicular manslaughter. this stems from the death of a woman who fell out of the a vehicle he owned last july. 56-year-old john st. james made the plea today. earlier this month, a grand jury -- he was grossly negligent of a 25-year-old. she was going from a concert in mountain view back to her home in santa cruz. the trial will begin july 1st. >>> it's a legendary pool all across the country. more than 40 olymp
. >> city of san francisco is increasing security at sunday bay to breaker nraes response to the deadly boston marathon bombing. one of the biggest changes camera. this year surveillance camera at the start and finish lane. also be more officers including special op and bomb technician just in case. rules of the race this year no alcohol. no floats. no large backpack. no wheeled object and no pets. >> big changes. >> big changes indeed. >> we trade. but the warriors just couldn't get it done tonight in game 6. >> heart breaking loss. >> larry live at the oracle arena for us. >> warriors head coach jackson just spoke few minutes ago and he called this an incredible ride but the tank was absolutely on empty. warriors magical season came to an end tonight here in oakland. show you a few of the key play in the game. curry able to bounce back from rough game 522 points tonight as warriors cut a 12 point deficit down to 2 late now the spurs hit some big shots. leonard knocked did you know a huge 3 to stepped the spurs lead back to 7 points and parker who hit only 3 of 16 shots sti
at 70. menlo park, 68. 60 daly city and pacifica. there will be some fog in the morning but i think things will improve considerably by the time you get near the end of the race. 60s to mid-60s by noon an mostly sunny. inland it will be warm to hot, temperatures warming up especially on sunday, monday transition day, big cooldown starts on tuesday. >>> thank you steve. steve mentioned the breakers, it's going to be a wild weekend as thousands of people come out for this year's big race. be prepared for tighter security. the increase in security comes after the boston marathon bombings last month. san fransisco police have added security cameras to various spots along the route and installed see-through trash cans that can be easily searched and large backpacks are also banned from this year's event. >> there will be officers from all district stations helping out. we will actually have our bomb techs will be on scene to allow for rapid response. >> i mean it's such a race where everyone should be having a good time more than any other race. i just hope it doesn't limit people having
is on train trestles and over private property because legally they are outside the city's jurisdiction. >>> security will be tight at bay to breakers this sunday. bomb dogs and more officers will be among the runners. cement trash cans have been replaced with transparent ones. security has been increased following the boston marathon bombings last month. >> the level of preparation has been elevated for bay to breakers this weekend. the fbi of course will participate in any way that we can. we'll bring some additional resources, whether it's special agent bomb technicians or bomb dogs. >> more than 30,000 people have signed up for bay to breakers and this year, you must have a registration tag to run. >>> all americas cup teams must immediately suspend sailing ac catamarans until next week coming straight from the officials of the sport. british sailor andrew simpson of the artemis racing team was killed in an accident last week. the head of the italian team is on his way to san francisco to discuss safety and whether his team should stay in the competition. >>> cyclists in the amgen t
and has been working in internal affairs since 2005. oakland's mayor says the city will launch a nationwide search for a new police heave. >>> napa police have launched an investigation after a woman was found dead in her swimming pool this morning. the 38-year-old catherine perata because found by family member as her home on chill brook court the she as pro announced dead at scene. police have not said whether the death is suspicious. an autopsy is set for monday. >>> san francisco police are looking for a woman what hasn't been seen in more than a week. relatives say marie dwyer was seen friday may 3rd at 3rd street and rivera avenue. her family says dwyer has an unusual walk due to a previous car accident and says she may be telling people she is "newly homeless.". >>> a classic car show in the east bay raised money for high school students and recalled the memory of a hit-and-run victim. during the past 12 years the event has raised more than $100,000. randy devecchi, the brother of the crash victim says money goes to support sports and athletics at the school. >> we're j
on the delta 23 mi. an hour sustained winds. 22 in oakland and 16 for redwood city and san jose 18 mi. per hour wind gust. concord between 1 mi. per hour and center cisco at 15 half moon bay getting into action with 18 mi. per hour wind gust. cooling down to livermore at 767 degrees. downtown san francisco at 58 degrees. over the next couple of days warmer conditions through saturday and sunday and even into monday. jose elected at 73 degrees. a low 70's for richmond and want lake livermore for 70's and over in napa will 80 great winetasting there. 75 in downtown san francisco, said men te'o 74 degrees. bay to breakers look good and we will bring down the temperature just the second. monday's thing to the '90s with rain once again. two states with hot and wednesday's be cool down again. bay to breakers plenty of sunshine out there! but in a clot in the mid-50s, 10:00 mild temperatures and temperatures topping up and the low to mid 70's throughout the afternoon. it's on comcast 193 and you can also watch it live on kron4.com. >> reporter: of custom options are on the table including ones like th
of that plan and it is the wrong plan for our country. john: you see people begging in cities like this and when i was a kid i would feel sorry for them and give them many. then we did test to find almost all of them had homes and were skimming people and the social service agencies say don't give to these people. by a chided for one hour and made $11. more than minimum wage by giving money to then you are teaching them to be dependent to say you don't need to work. >> we're teaching people to eat fish but not howo fish it is the old cliche it is true the more you make people dependent they will not try to find themselves. >> we have to judge the program of milton friedman number their intention but their effectiveness. >> we have to many that are ineffective and you cannot get ready -- rid of any of them. thank you. coming up we want to protect our children but to as we protect them or do we rob them of grit? we help kids tests are limits but now americans are told to get rid of risk, john: you know,lew enter jackson was our seventh president he is on a $20 bill a during the revol
over-reach. many now plan to suit irs. >> city of san francisco is increasing security at sunday bay to breaker nraes response to the deadly boston marathon bombing. one of the biggest changes camera. this year surveillance camera at the start and finish lane. also be more officers including special op and bomb technician just in case. rules of the race this year no alcohol. no floats. no large backpack. no wheeled object and no pets. >> big changes. >> big changes indeed. >> we trade. but the warriors just couldn't get it done tonight in game 6. >> heart breaking loss. >> larry live at the oracle arena for us. >> warriors head coach jackson just spoke few minutes ago and he called this an incredible ride but the tank was absolutely on empty. warriors magical season came to an end tonight here in oakland. show you a few of the key play in the game. curry able to bounce back from rough game 522 points tonight as warriors cut a 12 point deficit down to 2 late now the spurs hit some big shots. leonard knocked did you know a huge 3 to stepped the spurs lead back to 7 points an
to suit irs. >> city of san francisco is increasing security at sunday bay to breaker nraes response to the deadly boston marathon bombing. one of the biggest changes camera. this year surveillance camera at the start and finish lane. also be more officers including special op and bomb technician just in case. rules of the race this year no alcohol. no floats. no large backpack. no wheeled object and no pets. >> big changes. >> big changes indeed. >> we trade. but the warriors just couldn't get it done tonight in game 6. >> heart breaking loss. >> larry live at the oracle arena for us. >> warriors head coach jackson just spoke few minutes ago and he called this an incredible ride but the tank was absolutely on empty. warriors magical season came to an end tonight here in oakland. show you a few of the key play in the game. curry able to bounce back from rough game 522 points tonight as warriors cut a 12 point deficit down to 2 late now the spurs hit some big shots. leonard knocked did you know a huge 3 to stepped the spurs lead back to 7 points and parker who hit only 3 of
people being in cities likethis and when i was a kid i would feel sorry for them and give them many. then we did test to find almost all of them had homes and were skimming people and the social service agencies say don't give to these e hour and made $11. more than minimum wage by giving money to then you are teaching them to be dependent to say you don't ne to work. >> we're teaching people to eat fish but not how to fish it is the old cliche it is ue the more you make people dependent they will not try to find themselves. >> we have to judge the program of milton friedman number their intention but their effectiveness. >> we have to many that are ineffective and you canno get ready -- rid of any of them. thank you. coming up we wanto protect our children but to as we protect them or do we rob them of grit? we help kids tests are limits but now americans are toldo get rid of risk, john: you know, lew enter jackson was our seventh president he is on a $20 bill and during the revolutionary war jackson volunteered to fight and was at the time. the british captured him and made him a
" with scott pelley. >> good evening, i'm jim axelrod, jeff glor is off tonight. from oklahoma city to minneapolis severe weather is threatening the nation's midsection tonight there are tornado warnings up in kansas and iowa, oklahoma and missouri could also be hard hit. forecasters say a supercell of thunderstorms packing baseball sized hail, heavy rain and tornadoes could do a lot of damage. already a tornado has touched down this afternoon in edmund, oklahoma, and another on the southwest side of wichita, kansas, that police are calling large and violent. meteorologist jeff beradelli of wfor is tracking the storms tonight. who is facing the greatest danger. >> the greatest risk tonight is across oklahoma and kansas. we have a lot of tornado watches and warnings ongoing as we speak. in fact we have already had a touchdown of tornadoes across the plain states. here is the settup. we have a strong and cold upper level low destabilizing the atmosphere across the rockies and plain states. at the same time we have a strong jet stream on the eastern side of that meeting up with moist g
of gaithersburg city hall. here is john turner. >> good morning. welcome to the gaithersburg fourth annual book festival. my name is johnny susman and i make gaithersburg resident. gaithersburg is the vibrant diversity that celebrates and supports the arts and humanities. we are pleased to bring you this event, free of charge thanks to the generous support of our sponsor so please visit them today and say thanks. a couple of quick announcements of consideration for everyone here. please silence all of your devices. in order to keep improving his event we need your feedback. surveys are available on our web site paired your thoughts are important to us so please take a couple of minutes to fill one out. by submitting a survey you'll be entered into a drawing for a net e-reader. john turner will be signing books immediately after this presentation. copies of his books are are on sale at politics and prose tends and if you have questions after he is finished please use the microphone. john turner author of "brigham young" pioneer prophet's assistant professor of religious studies at george mason u
people remain unacted for. the fatalities and much of the serious damage occurred in the small city of granbury, texas. frightened survivors described the terrifying scene. >> it was rough. very rough. everything is demolished. >> what is it like when it hit? >> hell. it was like hell. >> the houses are no more. they're all level. >> for destruction, from a one to ten, it's probably about a ten. there's nothing left over there in harley. >> meanwhile, habitat for humanity says several of the homes build there were built by that organization. >>> today's producer particulars comes to us from amika thompson. planned parenthood action funded north carolina has pictures on its facebook page on women dressed up like characters from "mad men." the bill would allow employers to exclude contraceptive coverage from their plan for any reason. learn more about this story by heading to my facebook page. sivt attack right in my driveway. the doctor put me on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. go talk to your doctor. you
to the hospital. accident happened last night on the metro north railroad, which serves the new york city suburbs. passengers described a terrifying scene of crunching metal and flying bodies. six people remained in critical condition. as a result, amtrak has suspended service indefinitely if between new york and boston. >> the 2013 tour of california cycling race is now in the bay area for the final three stages. this is video from our helicopter partnership with abc 7 news of stage six just a day in santa rosa. the cyclist and begin the 750 mi. race for california last sunday. it all ends in santa rosa tomorrow. kron4 charles clifford shows us the route. >> after race starts the golden gate bridge will be temporarily shclosed down. that will follow highway one and writers will turn east into some accounts the. i am charles clifford kron 4 news. >> if this seems that a million-dollar home are a dime a dozen in the golden state. that is because california tops the list of states with the most million-dollar homes. take a look, california plans more than 808,000 homes worth a million dollars or mo
could light up in jackson to memphis and billings to rapid city, two areas. over the weekend we have a classic storm situation setting up in the middle of the country. this is what you would expect in tornado alley for may. it's been so quiet that we need to remind people to stay up with their abc stations so you know when these storms move in the area. saturday, as the cold front sits there, clash with warm, humid air. the jet stream pulling up right through the center will build those storms even taller and higher and that's what you need for powerful thunderstorms and the possibility for tornadoes. chicago, kansas city, oklahoma, you're all in line, minneapolis even by the time we get to sunday and this lingers in that part of the country for monday. to go back to some of those areas so damaged and devastated in the past 24 hours our steve osunsami is in cleburne, texas, right now, with heartbreaking pictures. good morning, steve. >> reporter: good morning, sam. the family that lives here said someone was clearly watching over them. the roof was torn off, the house shaken up, the
. it is still between 11 to 30 minutes drive time to foster city. the golden gate bridge ride is still less move commute coming from marin county across the golden gate southbound. >> taking a look at our big story this sitting on 880 in oakland, two people were killed and the pores and shutting down and northbound 884 hours. this all happened just after 1030 last night near jackson street. and as reports suggest one of the victims man and shot and had. chp also suggest that someone may have been hit by big rig after exiting a vehicle. the boy into cars reported seven shooting at each other leading a porsche at the scene of riddled with bullets. the roadway reopened to traffic up around 230 this morning and no arrests have been made. >> an investigation continues this morning in castro valley surrounding an officer and all shooting at following a traffic stop. jackie sissel is live with more details. >> you can see castro valley boulevard is still shut down right off the on ramp to westbound 580. it looks like it will be that way for a while as investigators continued to call over a car for evid
. city crews are teaming up with caltrans and the southern pacific railroad to paint over the graffiti. trestles over highway 1 01 at 13th street at mickey avenue will be first filed by a third trestle over interstate 280 at bird avenue among others. city councilman at sam liccardo says residents are fed up with a graffiti. >> it has psychological ke a community that hasoks been forgotten or ignored and we cannot allow that. there will be zoning charges and the attorneys made that very clear. i think it is important that these people know that they are lucky if they get caught by the police first. there lot of very angry members of this community that are tired of seeing graffiti. >> a police unit dedicated to fighting graffiti has been affected by recent budget cuts. it is hoped new fencing, razor wire, locked gates and other measures will keep the vandals from coming back. >> it will be a busy day for the san francisco unified school district. this morning, district attorney george gascoignn in the district superintendent are expected to announce fraud and embezzlement charges. the s
. >> we're told the hardest hit city granbury is 70 miles west of dallas and rescue crews have worked through the night there going home to home searching for more possible victims. >> obviously the story is still developing. let me get right to nbc's charles hadlock. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. many residents said they heard the warnings, but never expected a tornado so fast and furious. >> the houses are no more, they're leveled. >> a string of tornadoes tore through north texas wednesday night, the hardest hit region, granbury, about 65 miles southwest of dallas and home to 8,000 residents. dozens of homes were destroyed. >> everything's demolished. >> reporter: residents scrambled to take cover in their homes. >> we need a medic unit to respond. >> it was horrible. the freakin' -- the house started shaking. we were in a closet. you could hear it, it sounded like a train going on. >> reporter: while others were forced to flee, seeking help at nearby shelters and hospitals. >> fire department's advising they're bringing six wounded and walking out. >> it's
roles came in chosen. so he is a global name. i think his business interests will city across the world. >> now maybe we'll see more. alex thomas, we appreciate it. >>> still ahead in the newsroom, o.j. simpson may return to the stand. we'll take you back to vegas for a live report. to keep your underwear clean. this is another! ta-daa! try charmin ultra strong. it cleans so well and you can use up to four times less than the leading value brand. and it's four times stronger. charmin ultra strong. and it's four times stronger. welwhere new york state is... investing one billion dollars to attract and grow business. where companies like geico are investing in technology & finance. welcome to the state where cutting taxes for business... is our business. welcome to the new buffalo. welcome to the new buffalo. welcome to the new buffalo. new york state is throwing out the old rule book to give your business a new edge, the edge you can only get in new york state. to grow our start your business, visit thenewny.com our seafood dinner for two for just 25 dollars! first get salad and cheddar
wind gusts, it is still pretty windy. 20 and redwood city, 32 out of fairfield. it remains rather breezy out here this afternoon. the rain has pushed east. we are going to see the fog out there tonight. so, clear skies and in the fog develops and the low clouds will wind. and friday, s skies and still cool because of the weekend there will be warm weather. i have your bay to breakers forecast coming up just a minute. >>pam:we're now just 3 days away from bay to breakers. sponsored by craigslist. kron4 will bring you the san francisco original race from start to finish. this sunday may, 19th. starting at 8am. >>catherine:we've learned that the boston bombing suspect who hid out in this boat until being discovered. used some of his time to write a note on the wall of his hiding spot. scribbling what amounted to a confession. jo-har sar-nie-ev said the bombings were a payback for attacks on muslims in iraq and afghanistan. writing in pen - he described the boston marathon victims as "collateral damage" - comparing them to muslims who have been killed in wars. the 19-year-old also wro
. the kidnap survivors fund has taken in $480,000. the trust was established by members of the cleveland city council. 5100 individual donations have come in from all 50 states, plus washington, d.c., even several foreign countries. to make a donation to the cleveland courage funds, go to clevelandfoundation.org/courage. >>> the internet celebrity who gained fame as kai, the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker is behind bars in philadelphia this morning accused of murder. the homeless hitchhiker appeared on late-night talk shows this this year for his colorful rants about coming to the rescue of a woman by hitting her attacker with a hatchet. but now he's on the other side of the law. charged with the brutal beating death of a new jersey lawyer. >> from heroic hitchhiker to alleged murderer. >> smash, smash, smash. >> kale ep mcgillvy, better known as kai, the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker is behind bars in philadelphia, accused of beating a new jersey lawyer to death inside his home. earlier this year kai skyrocketed to viral video stardom after this rambling tv interview captured the lively hitchhike
150 miles an hour. it almost missed the city then changed its mind. >> when it got past the city it turned to the left and headed north and towards cleburne. >> reporter: ken polegna and his f family were in the way. >> still kind of shocked. >> reporter: they lost everything. the utility companies are here. the power companies are here. getting the lights turned back on. the recovery starts now. it is not over yet, still watches and warnings in louisiana. steve osunsami, abc news. cleburne, texas. >> here is a look at your weather now -- big chunk of the country will see wet weather. showers from virginia south to the gulf. severe storms from new orleans north to the great lakes. west into the dakotas. showers in the pacific northwest. >> scorcher across the south. temperatures in the high 90s in phoenix. nearing 100 in parts of texas. high 80s everywhere else. mid 70s here in the northeast. >>> jurors in the jodi arias sentencing trial cried during testimony from the victims' family. travis alexander's siblings describing how their lives are torn apart when he was murdered. his
years in the city of baltimore. when i first started experiencing the pain, it's, it's hard to describe because you have a numbness... but yet you have the pain like thousands of needles sticking in your foot. it was progressively getting worse, and at that point i knew i had to do something. when i went back to my healthcare professional... that's when she suggested the lyrica. once i started taking the lyrica, the pain started subsiding. [ male announcer ] it's known that diabetes damages nerves. lyrica is fda approved to treat diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is not for everyone. it may cause serious allergic reactions or suicidal thoughts or actions. tell your doctor right away if you have these, new, or worsening depression, or unusual changes in mood or behavior. or swelling, trouble breathing, rash, hives, blisters, changes in eyesight including blurry vision, muscle pain with fever, tired feeling, or skin sores from diabetes. common side effects are dizziness, sleepiness, weight gain and swelling of hands, legs and feet. don't drink alcohol while taking lyrica. don't drive or use mac
in japan. we did 90,000 people in moscow, 190,000 people in mexico city alone. >> logan: john branca is an executor of michael jackson's estate; an architect, if you will, of how to make money off his legacy, most of which will eventually be turned over to jackson's three children. branca was jackson's lawyer and advisor off and on for over 25 years and negotiated many of the singer's biggest deals during his lifetime. it's just unbelievable. michael jackson sells more tickets dead than most artists do alive. >> branca: that is absolutely true. worldwide box office now is over $300 million, and michael has almost 60 million facebook friends. he's the biggest-selling artist on itunes, and he's sold approximately 50 million albums since he passed away. >> logan: it feels like you can't talk about all those great things about michael without talking about the fact that his image was so battered and tarnished by the time of his death. have his fans just forgotten about all of that? about all the weirdness? >> branca: as managers of the estate, we don't really pay attention to the tabloid
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 51 (some duplicates have been removed)